A transnational meeting will take place in Limassol on 19 and 20 March 2015 under the European Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo da Vinci – Partnerships on «The evolving role of the JOB BROKER across the EU».
We are delighted to announce that Anaplasis Business Consultants Ltd is hosting the JOB BROKER project’s next Transnational meeting in Limassol on 19 and 20 March 2015. This project is currently funded under the European Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo da Vinci – Partnerships.
The event also includes a Workshop on March 20, 2015 for Job Brokers and Job Brokering organisations from 5 Member States. We are expecting 25 representatives from Private Employment Agencies, Public Employment Services and Vocational Training organisations where we would be presenting the Partnership’s work done to date. The Workshop would provide an opportunity for those attending to share information about effective job brokering models in the EU and also to exchange views about the skill development needs of job brokers. The Workshop’s results, ultimately, would inform the development of a Good Practice Guide, which at its core is a Competency Framework. This tangible result would be made available to the public in the Summer 2015.
The JOB BROKER project brings together organizations from the United Kingdom, Spain, Italy, Austria, Iceland and Cyprus. The Partners are:
- Rinova, London (UK) – The lead/coordinator
- Anaplasis Business Consultants LTD, Limasol (Cyprus)
- Documenta, Santander (Spain)
- ENFAP. Ente Nazionale Formazione e Aggiornamento Professionale- Comitato Regionale Toscano, Florence (Italy)
- VMST. Vinnumálastofnun, Reykjavík (Iceland)
- ABIF. Analysis Consulting and Interdisciplinary Research, Vienna (Austria)
- To exchange, analyse and compare best practices and examples for the “job brokering” between the partners involved in the project, in order to achieve employment opportunities for unemployed youth.
- To analyze and compare the professional profile, the required knowledge, abilities and skills in accordance with the basic model of the “Job Broker” in the participating countries.
- To align the professional profile of the “Job Broker” with the National Qualifications Frameworks and create a link between the National and European Qualifications Frameworks.
- To develop a guide tool that will help develop the profession of the “Job Broker”.
- To promote and disseminate successful models of effective “Job Brokering” services / practices targeting young unemployed.